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Find number of principal solutions of the equation
$sinx + cosx + sin2x + cos2x + sin3x = -1 $
Please help anyone wihout using desmos
$sinx + cosx + sin2x + cos2x + sin3x = -1 $
Please help anyone wihout using desmos
The number of principle solutions of an equation refers to the total number of distinct values that satisfy the equation. It is also known as the number of roots or solutions of the equation.
The number of principle solutions can be found by solving the equation and counting the distinct values that satisfy it. The degree of the equation (highest power of the variable) also gives an upper limit on the number of principle solutions.
Yes, an equation can have more than one principle solution. This is especially true for equations with a higher degree, such as quadratic or cubic equations.
The number of principle solutions in an equation gives important information about the behavior of the equation and the graph of the equation. It can also help determine the number of intersections or points of intersection between two equations.
Yes, there are special cases where an equation may have an infinite number of principle solutions. For example, a linear equation with a slope of 0 will have infinitely many solutions, as all points on the x-axis will satisfy the equation.